Is Klondike Days Cancelled for 2021?
K-Days 2021 Cancellation We look forward to seeing you when K-Days returns July 22 – 31, 2022!
How much is it to get into K-Days?
Special passes are available for those who want to ride the attractions in the midway section. You can purchase a $51 ride all day (or RAD) pass….K Days Ticket Information.
|Adult 13 and older||$20|
|Senior 60 and older||$18|
|Youth seven to 13||$18|
|Child 6 and under||Free|
Does Edmonton still have Klondike Days?
For the second year in a row, Edmonton’s K-Days summer carnival and exhibition will not go ahead — despite Premier Jason Kenney announcing Alberta is “Open for Summer.”
Why is K-Days Cancelled?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual 10-day exhibition has not taken place since 2019. Last year’s festival was cancelled due to public health restrictions. This year’s event was set to run from July 23 to Aug.
Is Taste of Edmonton Cancelled 2021?
Taste of Edmonton Will Return July 21-31, 2022!
What was K-Days called before?
K-Days, formerly known as the Edmonton Exhibition, Klondike Days, and the Capital Ex, is an annual 10-day exhibition held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada mostly in late July. In recent years it has attracted between 700,000 and 800,000 visitors per year.
Is there going to be K-Days 2021?
Officials with Northlands announced on Tuesday that the annual K-Days summer festival will not take place in 2021.
How much is admission to USS Midway?
USS Midway Museum/Tickets
What is Klondike Days called now?
The new name for the fair was announced on July 29, 2012. The original Klondike Days name was not one of the six options available. Some fans of the event’s previous name, Klondike Days, have stated that the name change to Capital Ex was a poor decision due to the region’s history.
Is Taste of Edmonton happening?
To protect the health and safety of Edmontonians, Events Edmonton announces that the 2020 Taste of Edmonton will be postponed…
Where is Taste of Edmonton this year?
Taste of Edmonton returns to Churchill Square The Taste of Edmonton is underway – the city’s first major festival in more than a year and a half. The food festival is back at Churchill Square from July 22 to Aug. 1, featuring over 150 food and drink items from 52 food vendors.
Why did Klondike Days start?
K-Days, which took on a few different names over the years, has been celebrated since 1879 when the Edmonton Agricultural Society held an event to improve agricultural practices. The festival was named Klondike Days in 1964, which it kept until 1999.